Langney Celebrates the Reopening of the Age UK East Sussex Homestore
Published on 23 September 2019 11:05 AM
On 16th September 2019 the Stephen Lloyd MP cut the ribbon that officially launched the re-opening of the Age UK East Sussex Homestore in Langney Shopping Centre.
During a short closure for refurbishment it reopened on 16th September 2019. Joining Stephen Lloyd MP was Councillor Alan Shuttleworth, Shopping Centre Management, Trustees, staff and volunteers from Age UK East Sussex and the local community joined the celebrations and enjoyed the new and updated shopping experience.
Roger Howarth, Chairman of Age UK East Sussex said:
"The trustees of Age UK East Sussex want to thank the manager, staff and volunteers who have worked tirelessly since 1st Sept to refurbish this store to such a high standard. We look forward to it bringing in even more income to support the services we provide locally to people in later life".
Stephen Lloyd MP said:
“It was a pleasure to open the refurbished Age U.K. shop in the Langney Shopping Centre, and to meet all the staff and volunteers. It's a great site and perfect timing as the major investment going into our shopping centre will soon be open for business, which is a huge plus for Langney and the surrounding area”.
The Langney Homestore sells a wide range of quality second hand products including furniture, bric-a-brac, electricals and white goods along with a fantastic range of New Beds, Mattresses and Furniture. The Homestore relies on the generous donations of items made by the local community and the time given by the valuable volunteers.
For more information please pop in to the shop, call 01323 603111 or visit ageuk.org.uk/eastsussex.